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ObfuscationsIn my previous blog, I discussed some stealth techniques Java.Cogyeka uses. These stealth techniques are not effective at deceiving users or security researchers, but their use proves that Java malware is continuously improving.Aside from the stealth techniques, Java.Cogyeka is designed to evade security researchers through various obfuscation techniques. Some are effective, some are overdone. Overdone […]

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Win32/Vobfus is a family of worms that spreads via removable drives and downloads other malware, and a family that is causing people a lot of pain lately. Vobfus was initially discovered in September 2009 and became prevalent with its use of the MS10-046 .LNK vulnerability. The .LNK vulnerability has also been used by Chymine, Sality, […]

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In our monitoring of the GAMARUE malware family, we found a variant that used the online code repository SourceForge to host malicious files. This finding is the latest development we’ve seen since the increase in infection counts observed last month.SourceForge is a leading code repository for many open-source projects, which gives developers a free site […]

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